The superfluous and malice behavior summoned out to the untouchables in India has been an issue of enormous concern. They have been undergoing the inexorable humiliation at the hands of the so called higher classes of Indian society. Concurrence of political independence has not improved their social status. Untouchables, referred as scheduled caste have been assigned the name “Harijan” by the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Now a day’s these groups refer to themselves as Dalits which means exploited or underprivileged. Arundhati Roy, a social activist has bequeathed the problem of untouchability pervading the Indian society in her booker winner novel, The God of Small Things.